What does the AcCie do?
We organise activities for TSAC members such as
- Drinks with a theme
- Commemoration Day (the TSAC’s birthday)
- (Boulder) Club championships
- Old vs. New (Climbing match between former members and current members).
- Ladder competition
- Bicycle paint BBQ
If you have any good ideas for the TSAC you are welcome to organise something
The AcCie’s activities keep the TSAC lively. Weekend trips, ABK and SBK increase contact among the members and gives them the opportunity to gain a lot of outdoor experience so that they can become climbing instructors. The climbing matches and competitions make climbing into a seriously competitive sport, something most members enjoy. The drinks are purely held for social reasons but they are always good fun!
How does the AcCie organise things?
We have a meeting once a month. First we have supper together and then we will discuss matters. To start, we review last month’s activities and then discuss the next month’s upcoming activities. Most activities are organised by one to three people; they will give updates on how things are going and what still has to be done. Other members can ask questions and give advice. Activities in the not so near future are also planned and tasks are divided.
Who are the AcCie members?
The AcCie committee consists of six to eight members. There are various functions within AcCie;
- President; makes sure all goes well and develops the agenda for meetings.
- Listener; this is a board member who keeps an eye on the AcCie.
- Some members don’t have a specific function but help organise various activities.
Interested in the AcCie?
The AcCie is a committee you can join even without any experience in the TSAC. You determine how much time you spend on AcCie. If you have more time on your hands, you can get more involved. If you want to become a member you can start right away. If you prefer to see how things are done first, you could help organise an activity together with an AcCie member in order to get a better picture. If you like the experience, you can join AcCie. If it’s not your cup of tea you are under no obligation to join. Those who may still be unsure of would like more information can contact an AcCie member.
v.l.n.r. Ramon Tummers, Ruben Verschoof, Eelco Hubers, Nicole Havinga, Bas Binnerts en Koen Swinkels